Pros See above line
Cons No mute button
Summary I own a iRiver Clix and a Archos. I have bought more earbuds, headsets, and wireless headsets then anyone I know. Can't seem to find any that doesn't have at least one annoying flaw. Once you go wireless it's hard to become attached again. I simply can't believe that this market is still in it's development stage. These are confortable (First ones I've found that are) Simple to get up and running (unlike Logictech's now defunked headsets. Creative's sound good, feel good. I paid way to much for them as I am impatent. Creative charged me 44 bucks for shipping, when that very week I returned a laptop battery to a place further away and the postoffice charged me 6 bucks! Only had these for a week so not a thorough review. They seem to have low volume. I would have loved for them to put a quick mute button on the left side. I throw a frisbie everyday for my dog and run into people all the time and have to remove headphones to talk to them,. Hope this helps someone.
"Great Earphones! "Light as a feather" just as Creative says. GREAT sound quality."on by crockett v.
Pros Good sound quality. VERY light weight. The two earpieces are separate. Easy controls on the earphones. The transmitter is slim and cool!
Cons they look a little strange when on your head. (they kind of pop out to much)...but that’s not to much of a problem.
Summary I personally think there great. I had the ipod wireless headphones and had to take them back 3 TIMES!!! The band BROKE on every pair! These on the other hand have good sound, there light, there easy to use and NO head band to break. That’s a A+ in my book anytime.
Pros Amazingly comfortable. Simple and no BS functions.
Cons True they are light and comfortable... but if feathers were this heavy, birds wouldn't be flying. CANT USE AND CHARGE AT THE SAME TIME
Summary It was either the Freepulse or these and I chose to go Creative.
Creative Labs have never put me down.
Logitech has. I guess itâ€™s as simple as that.
The Freepulse minijack unit is atleast 3 or 4 times larger than the SE2300â€™s, and they do the same thing. Actually, the Freepulse has less features and itâ€™s larger with the same battery life spanâ€¦ what gives?
For the price you're paying these are probably the best Bluetooth headphones you can purchase. I didnâ€™t expect them to be this comfortable. It's also nice that itâ€™s really simple. Charge and sync.. no BS. Iâ€™m a minimalist, so it kind of bothered me that every other headphone out there that connects via Bluetooth was made for cell phones and had a mic etc. I live in an apartment with multiple roommates and I have a job that requires me to work at night at home. Wherever I go, my music comes with me, streaming from my computer without disturbing anyone how great is that? The biggest flaw is that you canâ€™t use it and charge it at the same time. Says in the manual that it might burn your ears due to the charging heatâ€¦ but we all know that thatâ€™s just a formality so CL wonâ€™t get sued. It lasts 6~8 hours depending on the volume setting, so I guess its not that much of a big deal.
Pros Fast Charge, thin and light, loud and clear, decent range
Cons Loud beeps, little difficulty synching, next and back don't work in some devices, can pinch ears
Summary I had confiscated my mom’s mother's day gift of an enormous pair of wireless headphones (I know, I’m ashamed), enjoying the freedom I had puttering about my chores without cords. It is truly amazing. For Christmas I decided it was time to relinquish the mammoth headphones and get my own wireless pair. While I had reveled in the sound quality, volume control, and long range of my mother’s large pair, the headphones were HEAVY and painful after an hour or two of wear. In addition, the massive adapter barely fit into any jack, and the base and cords required an immense amount of space. I decided I could sacrifice roaming range in favor of something less cumbersome. My requirements for the new pair were volume and track control on the headphones, no solid headband, and a size I could slip into my hoodie pocket along with my iAudio X5L. I cracked the Creative headphones out of their package this Christmas, glanced at the instruction manual, and I was up and running in no time. One of the few electronics this Christmas that worked!
Aesthetics: They’re black, sleek, and sexy. They certainly have style, and the soft blue lights are appealing. The headphones themselves are slightly larger than most, but stop before the point of looking awkward.
Build: Sadly, the plastic feels cheap. Part of my criteria for any item I buy is “will it last?” and it contributed to my decision towards headphones without a solid back, that and collapsibility. The size of both the headphones and dongle is small enough to coexist in a large pocket with a DAP. To write an accurate review, I put a small scratch in the material. This will scratch like an iPod. A real shame (fortunately the headphones come with a small bag to protect them). The dongle holds up to strain fairly well, as do the parts that hook over your ears. The cord that goes behind your neck is a good length, as is the cord on the dongle. The next/previous slider feels cheap as well, but the placement of both that and the volume control is good. The buttons for the volume control work well and sound a tone when you achieve minimum or maximum volume. I dislike how the earpieces can pinch if not correctly positioned.
Acoustics: I know little about sound or music. I do know that I like it loud and full sounding, and until I borrowed the over the ears wireless from my mother I had no idea how unfulfilling my current pair of Koss was. Looking at these fresh out of the box I had expectations of them sounding as cheap as their plastic looked. Fortunately, they don’t. While it isn’t capable of eliminating external sounds like ear-cupping, headphones it’s not a lightweight. The sound is rich and plenty loud. While for a pair of $100 headphones I’d expect complete noise canceling and excellent sound, mobility negates the lack of noise cancellation.
Other (range, battery): I was irritated with the old FM headphones static as I walked through doorways or something interfered with contact with the base. Mercifully there is none of that when there is interference with the dongle. The sound simply cuts out. The range is nothing to sneer at. While it may not seem long, it can take me to any point in a standard sized room away from my desktop (positioned in a far corner) and a bit further. The battery charges at lightning speed, and while it won’t take you through an all day jam session it’s good enough to get you through your work.
Overall a satisfactory pair of wireless headphones. Good for those who want a light on the go pair of headphones that won't slow them down around the Kitchen, room, or office. My only wish is that the plastic was a little more rough-and-tumble.
Pros I bought these headphones at FRYs for $80. They are lightweight and the range isnt bad for what they are. Great deal overall. I was considering Logitech's wireless headphones but didn't want to pay upwards of $100.
Cons I have found that the transmitter loses battery life before the headphones themselves. Its not too bad if you use them at a computer but if you had them on an mp3 player it would be a bit of an annoyance.1-5 of 7
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- Product type Headphones
- Design Clip-on
- Color Black
- Weight 1.2 oz
- Sound output mode Stereo
- Connector type Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
- Addtional features Volume control Gold-plated plug
- Headphones Type Headphones - Binaural